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The Envision2 Compact Series by WaterFurnace International is available in 3/4- to 6-ton capacities.

04/08/2013


Envision2 Compact Series by WaterFurnace International Inc.The Envision2 Compact Series by WaterFurnace International is available in 3/4- to 6-ton capacities. It incorporates a number of features including a factory-installed 24 V motorized on-off water valve for VFD pumping with automatic internal water flow control; hot gas bypass and reheat; and high-efficiency PSC, five-speed ECM, or variable speed ECMs. Single-speed models operate with a Copeland 5-K Scroll or LG rotary compressor, while dual-capacity units use a Copeland UltraTech compressor. All Envision heat pumps feature coaxial heat exchangers with a copper inner tube and steel outer tube for maximum heat transfer at normal and low water flow rates, minimizing pressure drop.

WaterFurnace International Inc.

www.waterfurnace.com



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